iPad Mini 5 Release Date, News & Update: March 2017 Launch Confirmed? iOS 11, Impressive Camera, Design; More Specs & Features Revealed

By Maui , Updated Nov 22, 2016 09:25 AM EST

The iPad Mini 5 is one of the most popular devices that are highly speculated by tech enthusiasts. Apple hasn't given any official announcements regarding the device. Recent reports say that the tablet will be launched on March 2017 at a keynote event.

According to a report from MacWorld, the iPad Mini 5 might also be called as the iPad Pro Mini. It has been speculated to be launched several months ago, but there is a reason why Apple is delaying its release. Some people say that Apple will be equipping the tablet some impressive and advance features that will make it worth the wait.

There have been several tablet-like phones that were made and it is one of the main causes why tablets are not doing very well in the market. Several rumors claim that Apple might just be waiting for the right time to finally release the iPad Mini 5.

According to a report from PC Advisor, the iPad Mini 5 will be smaller and thinner compared to previous models of the iPad Mini line and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. There is also a huge possibility that the iPad Mini 5 will sport a 128 GB variant with largest memory. It is unlikely that the iPad Mini 5 will have 256 GB since it requires additional cost to develop larger storage space. However, this doesn't rule out the possibility that the iPad Mini 4 successor could have 256 GB storage.

Ming Chi-Kuo, the reliable Apple analyst, predicted that the iPad Mini 5 might have the almost the same specs with the iPad Pro 2. The tablet might also have three different models, the 9.7inch, 10.5inch and 12.9inch. Consumers can also choose three different storage options of iPad Mini 5 the 128GB, 64GB, and 32GB. The tablet is also expected to sport an 8-megapixel primary camera, 1.2-megapixel front facing shooter and iOS 11 operating system.

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